Monthly Archives: September 2010

Lesson 1

I made my “You’re a Real Teacher, Too?” debut today–twenty five minutes with twenty five first graders, delivering an Ability Awareness lesson. Initially, these things were called “Disability Awareness”, which is pretty much the exact opposite message from what we’re … Continue reading

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On grasshoppers

The grasshoppers have come again. For the past four years, a major part of my working life has been sharing it with other people–serving, formally or informally, as a mentor to other special education teachers.  I honestly don’t remember when … Continue reading

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Lolcats love pacing guides!

So, I’ve been looking at other folks’ education blogs to give me a better sense of how to do this (we teachers are all about stealing the ideas of others collaborating for the good of The Children™) . One I … Continue reading

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Ability Awareness: Lesson 1

One thing I like about living close (but not too close) to where I teach is sometimes seeing school families out and about in my community.  Today, heading from school picture processing to snacks for aide training by way of … Continue reading

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